organically grown, open-pollinated herbs and flowers
lovage (levisticum officinale) is in the apiaceae family (same as celery) and has a stronger, crisper flavor than celery. use lovage leaf to brighten a soup or stock.
this herb can easily become a kitchen favorite!
price is by the dried ounce and packaged in resealable kraft pouches.
organically grown cornflowers (Centaurea cyanus)
these edible blooms are organically grown in our garden. we grow our cornflowers from organic seed, open-pollinated and harvested by me and my daughter.
cornflower is an astringent and beneficial for the throat, which when blended with sage and/or marshmallow root (as in our seasonal 'tender throat tea') makes a nice tea and gargle.
these tiny blue flowers can also be used as a natural blue/purple fabric dye.
price is by the ounce and comes packaged in resealable kraft pouches.
our deliciously fragrant culinary sage is organically grown in our colorado gardens. to keep the sage from becoming bitter we harvest regularly and companion plant. sage gets more prolific every year and it's so beautiful!
sage is wonderful in stuffing, cauliflower, roasted root veggies and hearty dishes. a little goes a long way!
price is by the 1/2 ounce and comes packaged in resealable kraft pouches. fyi, an ounce of sage is a crazy amount of sage.
i grow and harvest everything we offer. no internationally grown, unsustainable mystery herbs (organic certification or not)
our tea is seasonal and grown from what i decide to blend together harmoniously as the plants who grew together.
all of our gardens are organic, grown from organic seed and open pollinated and left to self-sow. i do not have an organic certification. while herbs are at their peak, i harvest them each day, early in the morning, leaving enough for next year and to save seed.